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  1. Four years later, the Piano Sonata No. 5, Op. 53, by eschewing any traditional constraints of a central tonal area (the work is often described as being in F sharp minor, but this is not really the case, at least not without redefining what is meant by such a specific term -- one must not be misled by key signatures, which are there for the.
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  3. With the so -- called "Black Mass". Sonata of (the Sonata No. 9, Op. 68, occasionally, but inaccurately, said to be in F major), the journey is complete. The Sonata, whose colorful subtitle is the composer's own, is a masterwork of bleak despair, a musical portrait of evil and spiritual decay .

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